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  • Please welcome Aidy Bryant!

  • Welcome to our show for the very first time.

  • I'm excited.

  • I'm excited to meet you.

  • I'm a huge fan.

  • And you've been quarantining in New York.

  • Yeah, I live here.

  • So I'm here and it's--

  • Yeah.

  • It's been intense, but also kind of beautiful in a lot of ways.

  • Yeah, I'm sure that 7 o'clock hour-- is it 7 o'clock where

  • nobody stands out on their balconies,

  • or hangs out of a window.

  • That must be a beautiful sound to hear that every night.

  • It is, because you know, you feel like you're alone

  • in here all day.

  • And then at 7:00, I grab my pot and my spoon.

  • And now I've gotten used to seeing

  • certain neighbors out the window and we wave at each other.

  • And I didn't know him before and technically

  • I don't know them now, but to me I'm like,

  • the man with the mustache is back.

  • It must be weird--

  • I mean, whenever I've been in New York,

  • which is not that often--

  • I don't really get there that often,

  • but it's so noisy all the time.

  • There is just constant horns honking

  • and sirens and just noise.

  • And now, it must be so weird to have silence there.

  • It is weird.

  • It is weird.

  • And also I think for those first couple weeks,

  • there were a lot of sirens.

  • So many sirens.

  • So you just couldn't help but think of all the people

  • out there who were, one, needing the help, and two, working so

  • hard to take care of everybody.

  • So it's been intense.

  • [SIREN]

  • I mean, here goes the siren now.

  • But I'm so proud to live here.

  • And I'm very proud to have witnessed how hard the city's

  • working to keep it going.

  • Yeah, well it's a resilient place with everything

  • that you all have gone through.

  • I read this in my preparation to talk to you today.

  • That you were working on a cruise

  • ship when there was another outbreak of some sort.

  • The norovirus.

  • Well, yeah.

  • Luckily nothing particularly hit the cruise ship

  • that I was performing comedy on.

  • But, they were really, really cautious about--

  • we had to constantly sanitize our hands.

  • Yeah, it was--

  • I don't know.

  • I wasn't built for cruise ship life in the first place,

  • and maybe not my comedy shows either.

  • How long were you on the cruise ship?

  • My husband and I did it-- this was before we were married,

  • for four months.

  • We lived in a room with--

  • Good God.

  • Just a bed.

  • No windows.

  • So this feels like a dream.

  • We've got internet.

  • We've got windows.

  • You were prepared for it.

  • Now, I have I've performed on cruise ships as well.

  • A long time ago.

  • And the longest stint was, like, two weeks.

  • But I found it really difficult, once the people

  • saw the act, that you know--

  • you can't really-- and didn't you

  • feel like you were drunk constantly?

  • Because the boat is moving.

  • And so you're standing up--

  • I mean it's a weird sensation to perform on a cruise ship.

  • Yeah, I both felt like I was drunk constantly,

  • and I was drunk constantly in order

  • to get through it in many ways.

  • Yeah.

  • Now that I think about it--

  • Yeah.

  • I was drunk.

  • Because I have that same feeling whenever I performed on land.

  • So now that I think about it.

  • So now you just wrapped season--

  • this is your eighth season, right?

  • Yeah.

  • My eighth season on SNL.

  • And how is it like--

  • I mean, doing this from home is different for me.

  • I'm by myself and I'm not doing sketches or anything.

  • But how strange is it for you to be doing that from home?

  • It is the weirdest experience of my life, definitely.

  • But it was also--

  • I think it almost reminded me of like when

  • I was back in Chicago, just trying to get going in comedy.

  • Like being creative in my room, and my husband

  • was my cameraman, my soundman, my everything.

  • And my dog became our personal PA.

  • He's scared of the tripod and scared of the green screen.

  • So he would walk into every shot and want to protect me from it.

  • There he is haunting me like a ghost.

  • But they had to cut him out of a lot of shots for SNL at Home.

  • Aw, there's nothing wrong with a dog being in a shot.

  • Speaking of dogs, one of my favorite sketches,

  • really of all time, is the sketch

  • that you did with Harry Styles where you

  • dreamt that he was your dog.

  • Your dog boyfriend.

  • Yeah, thank you.

  • That's one of my favorites of all time, too.

  • And Harry was so--

  • I mean, we were like, get on the floor

  • and sniff garbage, and eat fake ham.

  • And he was down for all of it.

  • He was the best.

  • Yeah, he is.

  • I love him so much.

  • He's a sweet, sweet man, and funny and great timing.

  • And, so that must have been really fun to work with him.

  • It was a living dream and I will never let go of it.

  • Yeah, well I don't blame you.

  • All right, we're going to take a break

  • and we're going to come back more with Aidy after this.

  • Hi, I'm Andy.

  • Ellen asked me to remind you to subscribe to her channel

  • so you can see more awesome videos,

  • like videos of me getting scared or saying embarrassing things.

  • Like ball-peen hammer.

  • And also some videos of Ellen and other celebrities,

  • if you're into that sort of thing.

  • [SCREAMING]

Please welcome Aidy Bryant!

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